Amy Gorin is a nationally recognized, award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), media personality, speaker, nutrition consultant, and writer in the New York City area. She was
designated both a 2018 and a 2017 Unilever Agent of Change, as well as an April 2016 RD of the Day by Today's Dietitian Magazine. Additionally, Amy is a member of the Greatist Expert Network. She has completed and written more than 1,000 media interviews and
freelance articles for top-tier media outlets.
Amy has been interviewed by dozens of media outlets, including CBS Up to the Minute, CBS Power Up Your Health, U.S. News & World Report, New York Post, Self.com, Shape, Prevention, Women's Health, and EverydayHealth.com. Amy pens a nutrition-focused blog, "The Eat List," for WeightWatchers.com and is a frequent contributor to several publications, including Parade, Women's Health, NBCNews.com, FoxNews.com, Shape.com, WomansDay.com, FoodNetwork.com, EverydayHealth.com, ReadersDigest.com, and Runner's World. Amy held nutrition and health editor positions at Health, Prevention,
Weight Watchers Magazine, WeightWatchers.com, Parents, and American Baby. She enjoys creating healthy recipes, several of which have appeared in The Runner's World Vegetarian Cookbook (Rodale Books, 2018), The MIND Diet (Ulysses Press, 2016), Runner's World Meals on the Run (Rodale Books, 2015) and The Runner's World Cookbook (Rodale Books, 2013). Amy also publishes her favorite recipes on her personal blog, Amy's Eat List.
Amy shares her media knowledge by offering media coaching services to other health professionals and freelance writers. She also co-runs the Master the Media e-course, which teaches health professionals how to get their names in the news.
In addition to speaking on panels and presenting to companies, Amy serves as a consultant to food- and nutrition-focused brands and commodity boards—helping to create effective media messaging, conducting interviews, and developing recipes.
Amy completed her Dietetic Internship at Utah State University and her Didactic Program in Dietetics at New York University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art Studies from the University of Florida, as well as a Master of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University.
Want to know more about what Amy does? Read her post, "How I Became a Media Dietitian."